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. >> i find that fascinating, you know? >> well, i realize the technology was either going to be our friend or enemy. >> i realized that three, four years ago, and i decided to make it our friend. he called me back, it was john mcgillicutti. he said, you have the authority to give me a temporary branch. go out and buy a card table and four chairs. when the people were stepping up and taking their money out -- >> isn't that wild? >> we had two people from that manufacturer's hanover -- >> you calmed people down, mickie. >> why not, i've been first many times, but this is a big one. >> it seems silly now, there was a time when mickie was first hunting for a job on wall street, she had the resume distributed under m.f. seibert. i got the interview, but when they saw me show up in their office, boy. she won. mickie, seibert, dead at age 84. >>> hello, everyone, bob, i'm greg, along with kimberly, bob, eric and katie. it's 5:00 in new york city, but who's counting. >>> in the a.p.'s article called ten things you need to know today, they got most of the topics right. syria, ft. hood, and a
see what you're saying. i just worry about the slippery slope of not only this technology but how it can be used against you. for no reason. >> the slippery slope. >> i feel that at its core, most of us actually do agree with this program. if it was back in the olden days and someone walked into the savings & loan and asked for a loan and they said i notice you hang out with derelicts i'm not going to give with -- not going to give you a loan. >> neil: you know what i think is weird about this. in the old days before the internet, you could have -- keep any company you wanted, but your life was that either that credit score, you had any prior defaults, and that was it. and you got loans or mortgages based on that. now we're using a whole nuther level. >> it's almost like a punishment for people who made mistakes during the whole mortgage crash, and the -- >> neil: how would that come up on facebook? >> the reason why that is happening is because the lenders didn't do their due diligence and figure out the people who they were lehning money to -- were lending money to. they didn't
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